The core purpose of ACEVO is to develop leadership so whilst this may not get the press attention our policy work does it is still the core of our offering to members.
ACEVO, working with Capacitybuilders, have developed a number of bursary and leadership development opportunities to third sector CEOs and leaders .
We are piloting 100% bursaries and cross sector learning in three regions: North East, South West and London offering third sector leaders of support provider organisations the opportunity to attend the:
ACEVO’s Leadership Retreat <https://www.acevo.org.uk/index.cfm/display_page/professional_development/filter_keyword/leadership%20retreat/filter_date_searchtype/on/filter_searchtype/any/control_contenttype/event_list/display_open/events_1484> – 14-16 October, Kent, usual price £1,300
New Chief Executive <https://www.acevo.org.uk/index.cfm/display_page/professional_development/filter_keyword/new%20ceo/filter_date_searchtype/on/filter_searchtype/any/control_contenttype/event_list/display_open/events_1306> course – 15 September, London and 12 November, Liverpool, usual price £1,815
Destination CEO <https://www.acevo.org.uk/index.cfm/display_page/professional_development/filter_keyword/next%20generation/filter_date_searchtype/on/filter_searchtype/any/control_contenttype/event_list/display_open/events_1486> course – 17-18 September, London and 18-19 March 2010, Chester, usual price £2,300
We are also offering opportunities to:
- 30 third sector leaders from support provider organisations to access public or private sector mentors
15 third sector leaders from support provider organisations to take part in cross sector Action Learning Sets
If any of this titilates you, contact a member of my Events Team on 0845 345 8497 or email email@example.com
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The bursary scheme is a great idea. It is a shame that it is focused on umbrellas and not charities delivering frontline services. The need building and developing capability and capacity in leaders within these organisations, especially those of us who are small to medium sized, is great. This need is not always matched by the access to resource to support this necessary development.
Perhaps this could be the focus next time around.
Thanks Mark , I rather agree with you . But the way CB decided to orgsnise the capacity building programmes was through infrastructure bodies , as opposed to front line organisations . But acevo in its own programmes certainly does see that its direct leadrership support is a real contribution ot the front line , through empowered leaders .
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